week to return to teaching at the university of california, berkeley. stocks finished slightly higher on wall street today. the dow jones industrial average gained more than 47 points to close above 10,462. the nasdaq rose six points to close at 2,242. for the week, the dow gained nearly half a percent; the nasdaq rose more than two-tenths of a percent. those are some of the day's major stories. now, back to jim. >> lehrer: and picking up on what the president discussed today, jeffrey brown has our own 9/11 conversation. >> brown: nine years later, and very suddenly and very loudly, a new national conversation has grown around questions of tolerance, trust, and religious and cultural values. we get four voices on these matters. the reverend janet vincent is rector of st. columba's episcopal church in washington, d.c. nine years ago, she ministered to rescuers, workers, and families of those killed at the site of the world trade center. bishop harry jackson is pastor of hope christian church in beltsville, maryland.